2023 Reading Goals
Goals

2023 Reading Goals

Happy New Year! Let's hope we break the curse of the 2020s this year. Not just the pandemic, but I've been struggling with my reading. Last year I think was the worst, although that's hard to say because I didn't track 2020 or much of 2021. I also struggled even in my tracking because many of the books I borrowed from my library or Scribd did not get added to my tracking spreadsheet. I hope to have a post somewhat soon, as in sometime this month, about reading apps. For reasons I'll get into in that post, I feel this may help with my excuses for forgetting to add, or just not adding books to my tracking.

book cover The Awakening by Nora Roberts
Recap

Recap of The Awakening by Nora Roberts

Trope: The Chosen OnePublisher: St. Martin’s PressPublished: November 24, 2020 Breen and her mother don’t exactly get along. Breen has been following her mother’s guidance on how to live her life. Breen suffers from anxiety and doesn’t own a car because she can not afford one, but has a great best friend named Marco. One… Continue reading Recap of The Awakening by Nora Roberts

Book Review, Fantasy

Review: Mage of No Renown

Summary Wesson is still years from becoming a man when an immense darkness stirs within his core. The sinister power bursts free during a confrontation with an old enemy, and Wesson’s tranquil life is left in tatters. Forced to flee a murderous mob, Wesson stumbles onto a tumultuous path where he must confront the destructive… Continue reading Review: Mage of No Renown

Recommendations

11 Books to Read this Autumn

Witch13 by Patrick Delaney I read this months ago after obtaining an early copy from NetGalley. This is out now and is such a good horror. I’m still jumping at shadows, but then horror never was one of my favorite genres. It’s too good at scaring me.  Witch You Well by Colleen Cross Witch You… Continue reading 11 Books to Read this Autumn

Wrap Up

August Wrap Up

Books Read I only finished one book in August which was The Disappearance of Winter's Daughter by Michael J. Sullivan. I listened to the audiobook, narrated by Tim Gerard Reynolds. It was an interesting and entertaining story. New Books! August was my birthday month. Thanks to this I received many new books to my digital… Continue reading August Wrap Up